(Single Best Answer) Question 1: A 2 year old boy presents with fever for 3 days which responded to administration of paracetamol. Three days later he developed acute renal failure, marked acidosis and encephalopathy. His urine showed plenty of oxalate crystals. The blood anion gap and osmolal gap were increased. Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis ?
A) Paracetamol poisoning B) Diethyl glycol poisoning C) Severe malaria D) Hanta virus infection Answer (Select an option above to get the answer):
(Single Best Answer) Question 2: A 30-year old lady delivered a healthy baby at 37 week of gestation. She was a known case of chronic hepatitis B infection. She was positive for HBsAg but negative for HBeAg. Which of the following is the most appropriate treatment for the baby ?
A) Both and passive immunization soon after birth B) Passive immunization soon after birth and immunization at 1 year of age C) Only passive immunization soon after birth D) Only immunization soon after birth Answer (Select an option above to get the answer):
A) DNA-PCR B) Viral culture C) HIV ELISA D) p24 antigen assay Answer (Select an option above to get the answer):
(Single Best Answer) Question 9: A three year old male child presents with history of constipation and abdominal distension for the last two years. The plain radiograph of abdomen reveals fecal matter containing distended bowel loops. A barium enema study done subsequently shows a transition zone at the rectosigmoid junction with reversal of recto-sigmoid ratio. The most probable diagnosis is ?
A) Anal atresia B) Malrotation of gut C) Hirschprung's disease D) Congenital megacolon Answer (Select an option above to get the answer):